ORAL TRADITION DULMULUK IN SOUTH SUMATERA PALEMBANG COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH SUMATERA: STUDY OF INHERITANCE SYSTEMS
Margareta Andriani, Zuriyati, Siti Gamo Attas
Dulmuluk is a traditional theater that was born and created in Palembang, South Sumatra. Dulmuluk Theater is a combination of various elements of stories, dances, songs, rhymes, comedy, and also music in the show. The Dulmuluk oral tradition inheritance system discussed in this study is an ethnographic study. The Dulmuluk oral tradition inheritance system in Palembang society, has two systems, namely directly and indirectly. The direct inheritance system is a system of inheritance based on heredity or the existence of blood ties, for example, grandparents inherit from their grandchildren or parents to their children, while the indirect inheritance system is the opposite of the direct inheritance system, which is inheritance from other people or learning from skilled seniors. playDulmuluk. There are three stages in the Dulmuluk inheritance system, namely when prospective players become interested in Dulmuluk, then the two begin to learn, and the third begins to perform perfectly in front of the audience.